A little remembered fact about the Air Jordan 1 was that Nike experimented with the shoe cushioning with several different styles and molds. We’ve seen samples of the Air Jordan 1 that had the Nike Dunk sole (and a PE version with Air cushioning), but that hybrid wasn’t too far-fetched given that the Dunk and the Air Jordan 1 were a lot alike. The most interesting hybrid is the Air Jordan 1 with the Air Jordan 2 sole that Michael Jordan wore for a few games during his rookie seasons. That should would never release of course, and it was later revealed that the new sole design was for the much more refined and stylish sequel. Based on some recent developments, it appears that the Air Jordan 1 hybrid could potentially release in 2015, so stay tuned for updates on that front and check out some of these vintage photos of MJ.